Vogue UK reported this morning that the show was due to take place yesterday, but was called off because the team could not get the collection ready in time.
‘Beckham and her team are still working on the creative around the range, which won’t be ready for a couple of weeks,’ the site reported.
Best foot forward: Victoria Beckham, pictured today in Manolo Blahnik brogues from her Sunday show, revealed that she wants to design shoes in a conversation with Parsons’ Dean of Fashion, Simon Collins
However a representative for Mrs. Beckham told MailOnline this morning that this is simply not true.
‘There was never a show to cancel,’ they said. Instead the collection is being sold to buyers in small appointments with the lady herself in the New York office.
‘The collection is ready and complete and being sold in the showroom from yesterday morning as normal,’ they explained.
Mrs. Beckham has certainly been busy since her arrival in New York. She presented her main collection on Sunday morning to a crowd that included Anna Win tour, her husband David and all four of their children.
Take a bow: Mrs. Beckham steps out from backstage at the end of her New York Fashion Week show
And last night she revealed that she is hoping to design footwear in a conversation with Parsons’ Dean of Fashion, Simon Collins, in New York.
The event last night was attended by over 800 fashion students and fans and even put a call out for help with conceiving the collection.
‘You know, I do want to start a shoe collection,’ she said. ‘If anybody here is a shoe designer, please do come and see me! I definitely think shoes are probably the next category that I’ll look at going into; it’s quite a competitive category but I would love to go into [it].
Family photo: David Beckham takes a photo of himself with his four children while sitting front row at wife Victoria’s New York Fashion Week show
Mrs. Beckham admitted that she does not expect it to be easy though.
‘I actually work with Manolo Blahnik on the shoes for my show every season and working with him is remarkable,’ she said. ‘I think it’s very complicated… I wouldn’t just want to do a signature shoe — I’d have to make sure I’m working with the right factories, do a flat…’
The mother-of-four also discussed the possibility of a menswear line in the future.
A conversation with Victoria… The event at Parsons The New School for Design last night was attended by over 800 fashion students and fans
‘I’d love to do menswear at some point, absolutely,’ she said. ‘I get very inspired by menswear — [my spring 2014 collection]was very inspired by men’s tailoring, and there’s the boy-meets-girl fashion message throughout the whole collection.’
But she knows she’ll have to wait a while if she wants husband David to be her muse.
‘He’s a bit busy modeling underwear at the moment!’ she quipped.